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010 Icebreakers

Updated 07/01/2017

   You enter a room full of people you don't know ... but
  really need to. The room seems like a block of ice.

   Solution: pull out your "ice breakers" to initiate a
                 conversation with others to build relationships
                 and do the networking you need whether it is
                 for a Career Transition just meeting people.

  Whether you are totally new to Career Transition (a Job Search) are have lived in a
  world of constantly needing to meet new people with no insight as to who they are,
  being able to start conversations and build relationships is important as we live in a
  world where contacts and relationships are how objectives are achieved.

  Here are some "icebreakers" to help you get started.

    20 Ultimate Ice Breakers in Any Situation  |  LinkedIn, Bernard Marr                                              06/11/2017
     In our hyper-connected digital world, it seems to be increasingly difficult to break the ice
     when we face each other in real life. Networking event, meeting the new neighbors at the
     BBQ or a team-building exercise are all situations where you will meet people you don’t
     know. One of you needs to take the first step and break the ice.
Never fear! I have the 20 ultimate icebreakers for any situation to start a meaningful
     conversation with the people you interact with.  Remember, First impressions do count.

     Fun Ice Breaker Questions for Meetings  |  TheBalance, Susan M Heathfield                                   12/02/2016
Looking for laughter generating funny icebreakers? Some icebreakers are fun and
     funny, and their goal is to help your participants enjoy meeting each other. Other times,
     you might want to tie the ice breaker into the topic of the meeting. But, you have a
     different purpose when you use fun and funny ice breakers to
     start out your meeting or team building session.

Games to Ice Break with  |  Training-Games.com
     A collection of 40 Ice Breakers and other "warm-ups" provided free from Training-Games.com